Netflix is adding some classic movies to its library this coming March.
The Notebook, starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams, will be available to watch on the streaming service starting March 1st, as well as the period drama Saving Mr. Banks, and Oscar-winning films Apollo 13 and The Hurt Locker. But if you’re not a fan of heavy drama, a number of lighter movies like rom-com Music and Lyrics and satirical comedy Wet Hot American Summer are also arriving on Netflix on March 1st. Martial arts movies Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (March 1st) and Stephen Chow’s Kung Fu Hustle (March 15th) will also be added to the streamer’s lineup next month.
Netflix is also releasing 17 original films for the month of March. Some of the promising titles included in that list are Chiwetel Ejiofor’s The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (March 1st), true story Walk Ride Rodeo (March 8th), Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson starrer The Highwaymen (March 29th), Mötley Crüe biopic The Dirt (March 22nd), and the action thriller Triple Frontier (March 13th), starring Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund, and Pedro Pascal.
The streaming giant is also introducing a bunch of new original series next month, including supernatural drama The Order (March 7th), dark comedy After Life (March 8th), and animated anthology Love, Death + Robots (March 15th).
Some of your favorite original Netflix series are also returning to the streamer next month. Secret City Season 2 premieres on March 6th, Queer Eye Season 3 on March 15th, Rebellion Season 2 on March 4th, Santa Clarita Diet Season 3 on March 29th, and Arrested Development Season 5B on March 15th.
The first half of the fifth season of Arrested Development was released simultaneously on Netflix on May 29th, 2018. The long delay of the show’s return is apparently due to the sexual harassment allegations made against Jeffrey Tambor, who portrays George Bluth, Sr. in the Mitchell Hurwitz-created series. Tambor was fired from the Amazon show Transparent following the emergence of sexual harassment allegations against him. It’s unclear, however, whether he will meet the same fate on Arrested Development.